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There are 17 eight-letter words containing A, K, N and 2R

BRANKIER-Sorry, definition not available.
CRANKIER-crankier adj. comparative form of cranky: more cranky.
DARKENER-darkener n. One who or that which darkens.
DRUNKARD-drunkard n. (somewhat derogatory) A person who is habitually drunk.
FORERANK-forerank n. The first rank; the front.
FRANKERS-frankers n. plural of franker.
HANKERER-hankerer n. A person who hankers.
HARKENER-harkener n. One who harkens; a listener.
IRONBARK-ironbark n. (chiefly Australia) Any of several unrelated eucalypts that have dark, deeply furrowed bark. [from 18th.
ironbark n. (chiefly Australia) The hard wood of these trees, as used in building and construction. [from 19th c.].
KNARRIER-Sorry, definition not available.
KNARRING-Sorry, definition not available.
LARRIKIN-larrikin n. (Australia, New Zealand, slang, dated) A brash and impertinent, possibly violent, troublemaker, especially.
larrikin n. (Australia, slang) A high-spirited person who playfully rebels against authority and conventional norms.
larrikin adj. (Australia, slang) Exhibiting the characteristics or behaviour of a larrikin; playfully rebellious against.
OVERRANK-overrank adj. Too rank or luxuriant.
PRANKIER-prankier adj. comparative form of pranky: more pranky.
PREFRANK-Sorry, definition not available.
RINGBARK-ringbark v. To remove the bark from a tree in a ring all the way around its trunk, normally killing the tree (because.
ring-bark v. To girdle a tree; to kill a tree by removing a ring of bark.
ring-bark n. The bark removed by ring-barking.
SNARKIER-snarkier adj. comparative form of snarky: more snarky.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.

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